Hawaiian Springs water spreading out
The Big Island’s Hawaiian Springs water is now available to shoppers in the West and Southwest U.S. at Albertsons Markets, which has added the natural artesian water to shelves at 295 stores in California, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and West Texas. Hawaiian Springs is now distributed in more than 4,000 stores beyond the shores of its home in Hawaii, as well as in grocery stores in Canada and Asia.
“Albertsons has a long tradition of offering fresh, high quality products to customers since 1939 and the world-class water from the Big Island of Hawaii is a natural fit,” says Tom Van Dixhorn, Hawaiian Springs president. “Their discerning customers will be able to indulge in the sweet, clean taste of Hawaiian Springs’ water and the naturally alkaline 7.7 pH.” One of the finest natural waters available today, Hawaiian Springs delivers a moment of what makes Hawaii special with a fresh, slightly sweet taste. Hawaiian Springs Water was selected “Best of Hawaii 2012” by Hawaii Magazine and best local beverage brand in Honolulu Magazine’s Reader’s Choice poll for 2012 and 2013.
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